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L.C. Fiel, Quezon City: It evolved from “traditional politician,” to “tradpol,” then finally to “trapo,” which now connotes filth. Consider all the dirt that sticks to the pamunas or trapo.
Diony Yap, Bacolod City: Trapo is short for traditional politician. Too much politics makes them stink like soiled basahan, thus the label.
Source: How would you describe a 'trapo' in Philippine politics?
(philstar.com) Updated July 06, 2009 12:00 AM
Aren't we getting enough politics from these guys?
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